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China allows entrance to Tibet

Kathmandu, 11 June: The Chinese authorities have allowed the residents of Humla to cross into Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) after a repeated request by Government of Nepal. The people of Humla were barred from entering into TAR after an incident of murdering a Tibetan woman in which a Nepali’s involvement …

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Govt. defies directives in ambassadorial announcement

Kathmandu, 10 June. The Government has defied the Ambassadorial Recommendation Directives  endorsed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs  and recommended names of four persons from non-diplomatic background, According to Kantipur daily, in the Cabinet meeting held on Thursday, Prime Minister Khagda Oli read out the names of ambassadors to be …

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Undisciplined Under Secretary suspended

Kathmandu, 10 June:The Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration has suspended Under Secretary Suman Kumar Karki for not reporting to the place he was transferred by the ministry. The ministry had transferred Karki, who was administrative officer in Gaur municipality, to Shailyashikhar municipality in Darchula on May 15 but …

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Major attractions of Visit Nepal Year

Kathmandu, 10 June:Culture, adventure, spirituality, wildlife, and MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) will be the major attractions for Visit Nepal Year 2020. According to Suraj Vaidya, National Coordinator for Visit Nepal 2020, the main  campaign of alluring tourists will be the tale of resilience of the people of Nepal, …

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Campus shut due to dengue

Kathmandu, 10 June: As the deadly disease  dengue is yet to be under control, Dharan-8 based Purwanchal Engineering Campus, an affiliate of the Institute of Engineering, has suspended  its regular classes  for a few days. According to Blast Daily, many students have stopped coming to the college after contracting dengue. …

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Police-protesters clash

Kathmandu, 10 June: Scores of protesters on Sunday demonstrated in Kathmandu demanding to scrap off a Guthi [trust] bill arguing that the bill was brought by the government in an attempt to capture the Guthi lands preserved for centuries. Police used water cannon and force to disperse the demonstrating Guthi …

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Employment in Japan, youths being duped

Kathmandu, 9 June: In the pretext of providing consultancy services for the employment opportunities in Japan, many unemployed youths are being duped across the country owing to maintaining secrecy  relating on Nepal-Japan Employment Agreement reached recently. According to OnlineKhabar, the Consultancy Service Operators are collecting heavy amount alluring them of …

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Nepal Airlines postpones service to Japan

Kathmandu, 9 June: Due to shortage of passengers, the National Flag Carrier , Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) is postponing its air services to Japan as planned earlier. According to NAC, after receiving permission from Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) to operate flights from Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) to Osaka International …

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Biplav-led Maoist’s menace

Kathmandu, 9 June: Police in Kaski district have arrested 18 leaders and cadres of the Netra Bikram Chand ‘Biplav’-led Maoist group from Annapurna Rural Municipality of the district. According State News Agency- RSS dispatch covered by several online portals, they were held from Uri of Annapurna-11 on Saturday night. Those …

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PM’s flight troubles air passengers

Kathmandu, 9 June: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli left for about two-week-long of some European countries on Saturday evening. During the PM’s flight time, this time also the Teibhuvan International Airport was closed for other commercial flights for about 30 minutes. No aircraft was allowed to take off and landing …

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